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                 Guest For FRIDAY JUNE 12,  2009

                               (Originally aired 10-10-86)

 

                              ERIC  HOOGLUND

 

        

    

 

                  Project Coordinator of the

 
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            National Security Archive Major Study:

                             IRAN 1977-1980

           

Research Problem: How to reach beyond the political

 cliches about "who lost Iran"? How to recover the

 thousands of secret or confidential American

 communiques, and piece together a complete,

 day-to-day record of U.S. interactions with the Shah,

 Iranian military officials, opposition politicians, and the

religious movement? How to gain the inside historical

 grasp needed for contemporary policy debate.

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Eric Hooglund was Project Coordinator - of the

    National Security Archive major study:

                                                    IRAN 1 9 7 7 - 1 9 8 0
Subject


Revolutionary upheaval in Iran, crisis in American foreign policy, 1977-

1980.


Research Problem: How to reach beyond the political cliches about

 "who lost Iran"? How to recover the thousands of secret or

 confidential American communiques, and piece together a complete,

 day-to-day record of U.S. interactions with the Shah, Iranian military

 officials, opposition politicians, and the religious movement? How to

 gain the inside historical grasp needed for contemporary policy

 debate?


Solution.


The National Security Archive, a non-profit, Washington, D.C.-based

 research institute and library, has for several years been diligently

 locating, obtaining declassification of, organizing, and indexing

government documents on U.S.-Iranian relations and many other

 contemporary foreign-policy subjects.


Through systematic document searching, sophisticated use of the

 Freedom of Information Act, cultivation of an extensive network of

government, media, and academic contacts, and computer-based

 cataloging, the Archive has developed an unmatchable collection of

 

 primary materials--comprehensive in scope, pioneering in

 organization.


•Overview


•Subject


•Research Problem:


•Solution


•Comprehensive Coverage


•One-Stop Retrieval


•Unprecedented Access through In-depth Indexing


•Collection Breakthroughs


•Research Vistas


•The Collection Will Be a Necessity For:


•Sample Document Titles


•Iran Editorial Board


•Praise for Iran, 1977-1980


•Sample Document: Reassembled document shredded by the U.S.

 government prior to embassy takeover.


•Photo: Ayatollah Khomeini escorted by military officers upon his return

 to Iran.


 
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  Military  Officials  Oppositon  Politicians  Religious 

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NATIONAL SECURITY ARCHIVE MATERIALS AT UCLA

Here is a list of the National Security Archive document collections available on microfiche at UCLA. These collections (and others as well) are now also available online. (UCLA is a subscriber, and the online version, called the "Digital National Security Archive," is accessible from on-campus computers.) But the microfiche versions, unlike the new and more complete online versions, came with printed guides, and those guides are still quite useful even if you want to use the online collections. As you'll see from this list, those guides are in the Microfilm Room on the second floor of YRL.


The Cuban Missile Crisis, 1962 Alexandria, Va. : Chadwyck-Healey, 1990. 586
microfiches.
UCLA MicroServ E841 .C836 1990 guide
UCLA MicroServ Microfiche E841 .C836 1990

 

El Salvador the making of U.S. policy, 1977-1984. Alexandria, VA :
Chadwyck-Healey ; [Washington, D.C.] : National Security Archive, 1989. 870
microfiches +e guide and index.
UCLA MicroServ Guide E183.8.S2 S25 1989 (Library has:v.1-2)
SRLF No call number Library has:no.1-870

 

El Salvador war, peace, and human rights, 1980-1994 /, [project editor: Kate
Doyle ; series editors: Thomas S. Blanton, Malcolm Byrne]. Alexandria, Va. :
Chadwyck-Healey, Inc. ; [Washington, D.C.] : National Security Archive, c1996.
220 microfiches.
UCLA MicroServ Guide F1488.3 .E48 1996
SRLF FI0000088971

 

The Iran-Contra affair : the making of a scandal, 1983-1988 /, project
editors, Malcolm Byrne, Peter Kornbluh. [Washington, D.C.] : National Security
Archive ; Alexandria, VA : Chadwyck-Healey, c1990. 2 v. : ill. ; 29 cm.
UCLA MicroServ E876 .I736 1990 guide
UCLA MicroServ Microfiche E876 .I736 1990

 

Iran : the making of U.S. policy, 1977-1980 /, project editor, Eric Hooglund.
[Washington, D.C.] : National Security Archive ; Alexandria, VA :
Chadwyck-Healey, c1990. 2 v. : ill. ; 29 cm.
UCLA MicroServ E183.8.I55 I73 1990 guide
UCLA MicroServ Microfiche E183.8.I55 I73 1990

 

Nicaragua the making of U.S. policy, 1978-1990. Alexandria, Va. :
Chadwyck-Healey, 1991. 579 microfiches.
SRLF No call number Library has:no.1-579

 

The Philippines U.S. policy during the Marcos years, 1965-1986 /, [project
editors, Craig Nelson, Elizabeth McQuerry]. Alexandria, Va. : Chadwyck-Healey
; Washington, D.C. : National Security Archive, 1990. 652 microfiches : maps
Related titles: U.S. policy during the Marcos years, 1965-1986 US policy
during the Marcos years, 1965-1986 United States policy during the Marcos
years, 1965-1986 Title on microfiche header: Philippines : the Marcos years,
1965-1986 Marcos years, 1965-1986
UCLA MicroServ Guide E183.8.P6 P54 1990
Library has:v.1-3
UCLA MicroServ Microfiche E183.8.P6 P54 1990
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South Africa the making of U.S. policy, 1962-1989. Alexandria, Va. :
Chadwyck-Healey, 1991. 439 microfiches.
UCLA MicroServ Microfiche E183.8.S6 S54
UCLA MicroServ E183.8.S6 S54 guide

 

The Soviet estimate U.S. analysis of the Soviet Union, 1947-1991. Alexandria,
Va. : Chadwyck-Healey & National Security Archive, [1995] 190 microfiches :
ill., maps ; 11 x 15 cm. guide (396 p. ; 29 cm.)
UCLA MicroServ JK468.I6 S68 1995 guide
UCLA MicroServ Microfilm JK468.I6 S68 1995

 

 

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